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Dulles, VA, United States, 2009/03/31 - Latest Concert Technologies white paper describes Technology Rollout Company Internal Resources that minimize project costs and enhance deployment speed.
Concert Technologies today announced the release of its latest technology rollout white paper, “Nationwide Rollout and Global Technology Deployment Internal Resources Requirements." This white paper defines criteria to evaluate the Internal Resources of a technology rollout company which determines their capabilities to rapidly deploy multi-site, multi-service, multi-technology rollouts across the nation or on a global scale.
This paper will allow solution providers and end users alike to understand the benefits of a unified Rollout Delivery Team and how to determine the most efficient configuration of each critical job function. It also explains the four phases of a technology rollout which includes planning, scheduling, deployment and project close-out.
“Internal Resources play a pivotal role in the rapid deployment of technology rollouts,” said Dennis Mazaris, President and Founder of Concert Technologies. “After all, these are the individuals that are managing the rollout phases and ultimately determine project success. Who they are, the jobs they perform and the way in which they interact are all definitely worth examining.”
This is the third white paper in a four-part series that explains for the first time how a Technology Rollout System and its four comprising parts provide the most cost-effective and time-efficient implementation services possible.
About Concert Technologies
Concert Technologies (concerttech.com), founded in 1995, is a privately-held technology service company based in Dulles, VA. It is the leader in the rapid delivery of nationwide rollouts and global technology deployments for government, commercial and international organizations. Utilizing the Maestro Technology Rollout System, it quickly implements, installs and manages multi-site, multi-service, multi-technology infrastructure projects.